Green Connexion (GC) is a group of Environmental and Biological interest. It acts for Biodiversity and environmental Conservation. * Association N° 00000156/RDA/J06/BAPP du 31 janvier 2011; * Trade Register Nº: RC/YAO/2010/A/0824.
Capacity building stipulated by the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation will pass through collaboration; and the need of various competences in the building of multidisciplinary projects requests complementarity.
Universities, Organizations, Laboratories, Business, traders, pharmacies etc. dealing with plants. If your budget can’t allow you opening an office in Tropical Africa Green Connexion is happy to represent you in Cameroon.
If you are planning to hold a meeting in Cameroon: Work meeting, table-ronde, conference, seminar, workshop etc., Green Connexion is happy to organize it for you in a professional way.
Education is one of the most important activities of Green Connexion. In fact, Objective IV recommends the promotion of Education and awareness about plant diversity, its role in sustainable livelihoods and importance to all life on earth.
Green Connexion is aware that all conservation initiative is directed towards the public, and believes that communication will be the first tool in this context.
Plants’ collecting and good identification is the first resource of all plant’s professionals. Researchers, teachers, town planners, gardeners, botanists, physiologists, pharmacists, chemists, biochemists, ethnobotanists etc.
Theme From agreement to action: rebuilding biodiversity Green Connexion is heavily involved in the process of rebuilding biodiversity throu
Podostemacae are enigmatic freshwater plants because they grow directly on the surface of rocks in fast water. Their natural reproduction is sti
On the 28th of March 2023, a meeting of the members of the IUCN Cameroon National Committee was held at the headquarters of the IUCN National Off
Green Connexion participated in a workshop organised on Friday, March 17, 2023, by a consortium of several partner organisations namely CCCWG, PA
Theme "Accelerating Change In 2019, WHO and UNICEF agreed that 2.2 billion people still lack access to safe and continuous drinking water. Camer
"Forests and Health". Still called the green lung of the planet, the forest in one way or another is linked to our daily life. Among its many ec
2016 (1) Name of the mission: Nachtigal Amont Project: Additional environmental studies. Technical specifications for carrying out the monitorin